Here is how Alachua County makes sure votes are not tampered with
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All RTS bus rides will be free on Nov. 3
Senator Bill Nelson and Cory Booker both urged young people to vote
More than half of Alachua County’s registered voters cast their ballots before Election Day. Here’s what matters to them.By Anna Wilder and Steven Walker | Nov. 1
More than 113,000 people in the county have voted early in-person or by mail.
National teacher’s association partners with local and state teachers to advocate for the importance of voting to public educationBy Sophie Feinberg | Oct. 30
The American Federation of Teachers joined the Florida Education Association, UF Graduate Assistants United and United Faculty of Florida for an event urging Gainesville to vote
Why Florida will be a deciding factor for everyone’s bedtime on Election Day.
Popular Vote initiative within 76 votes of electoral college control
The Monday Accent event was moderated by professor Matthew Jacobs
Mail ballots must be received by Nov. 3 at 7 p.m.
The song’s title signifies a long-held belief, but the verses break down the importance of voting
These amendments range from City of Gainesville amendments to county-wide charter changes
Morale may be low, but community members and leaders encourage one another
The Alachua County Supervisor of Elections is in contact with law enforcement, including the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security
Anniversary of historic Achebe-Baldwin meeting at UF still has significance in today's social climateBy Yewande O. Addie | Oct. 20
This month the Center for African Studies (CAS) is celebrating a critical moment in time when the metaphorical knife of destruction was bested by a tightly woven connection between two distinguished writers: the historic meeting between Achebe and Black American literary giant James Baldwin.
The homestead exemption dominates the subtext of the last two state-wide amendments on November’s ballot
Kat Cammack and Adam Christensen compete for a seat on Florida's 3rd Congressional District
The Alligator devotes itself to serving the UF and greater Gainesville communities. For that reason, we are releasing endorsements for candidates and amendments that will appear on the local ballot as well as our recommendation for the top of the ticket in an immensely consequential presidential election.
Kayser Enneking, 61, and Chuck Clemons, 63, compete for the Florida House of Representatives District 21 seat
Anna Prizzia and Joy Glanzer are vying to represent District 3 on the Alachua County Commission